Keep Track Of Your Fertility With The Most Accurate Tracker & App At This Siteby PRC Agency PR
Mira have announced the launch of their new fertility tracker. The easy to use device provides accurate fertility analysis to those who wish to track their fertile and infertile days.
For more information, please visit the website here: http://miracare.com
The team behind Mira are a group of biological scientists and engineers that believes that technology should be used to imrove peoples lives. They have combined the latest developments in digital health, machine learning and AI analysis to create their fertility tracker.
They state that traditional ovulation tests and fertility trackers only provide women with limited information, as well as being time consuming and frustrating to use, so they created Mira Fertility.
Their new system combines a Mira Analyzer device with the convenience of an app to give women accurate information and ovulation predictions. This helps women to detect either the best time to conceive or the times to avoid conceiving.
It works by using a disposable Mira Luteinizing Hormone test wand to test a sample of urine. The woman then inserts the wand into the Mira Anylyzer for analysis, the results of which automatically syncs with the Mira app.
The team behind the device explain: “By combining hormonal and menstrual pattern tracking with a learning algorithm, Mira Fertility shapes the app’s capabilities to the individual rather than providing static facts based only on one or two pieces of information.”
The Mira fertility tracker is clinically validated though a clinical trial conducted with multiple hospitals. The tracker’s performance was found to be as accurate as leading laboratory grade readers.
A user of Mira has said of their experience: “The Mira tool has been a great way for me to track my cycles and learn more about my hormone levels. I highly recommend this product!”
Those wishing to find out more about the Mira Fertility Tracker can visit the website on the link provided above.
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